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December 01, 1995 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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You are cordially invited to attend the

GRAND OPENING OF

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MICHIGAN JEWS REMEMBER

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but maintained: "I think there
was a major conspiracy. Most
people I speak to feel this way."
Most other people seem to feel
that Mr. Rabin was assassinat-
ed because right-wing religious
fanaticism was allowed to breed
in Israel. Yet the conspiracy the-
orists of the far-right see a Rabin-
led campaign to get them, which
got him in the end. They are try-
ing to shift the blame from them-
selves onto the murdered man,
whom they blamed incessantly
for everything while he was
alive. ❑

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Conservatives
Launch Campaign

Washington (JTA) — Viewing
the communal effort to promote
Jewish continuity as flawed, the
Conservative Movement has
launched its own campaign to
strengthen Jewish identity.
"Anything that focuses on the
future without building in the
present can't work," said Jerome
Epstein, executive vice president
of the United Synagogue of Con-
servative Judaism and author of
its "Jewish Living Now" cam-
Paign.
The campaign was introduced
at the movement's recent bien-
nial convention.
Although the Conservative
Movement has been promoting
"Jewish continuity," the move-
ment's leaders now view that ap-
proach as flawed because, they
say, it placed too much of its em-
phasis on the future, and not
enough on Jewish living in the
present.
"Jewish continuity depends not
on some commission, not on some
institution, but on each and every
one of us, and it depends on what
we do now — not some day, not
later, but what we do now," said
Ron Wolfson, director of the Uni-
versity of Judaism's Whizin In-
stitute.
Central to the "Jewish Living
Now" campaign is the belief that
investing resources and energy
into Jewish life today will create
a strong, vibrant base for Jewish
life tomorrow.
The United Synagogue likens
the new approach to climbing a
ladder — one rung at a time, if
necessary. The rungs, as defined
in the "Jewish Living Now" cam-
paign, consist of six areas of Jew-
ish living: Shabbat, kashrut, the
synagogue, study, tzedakah and
outreach.
Rather than presenting Jew-
ish commitment as an all-or-
nothing proposition, the
movement's leadership is en-
couraging Jews to pick one area
of Jewish living in order to climb
onto the ladder.

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